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distributing vouchers -- maybe paul ryan's plan would have worked. to the hundreds of people in line. many who had been gathered since 2:00 a.m. some in the crowd began yelling obscenities. one man threatened to stab other people. he did not. now here in l.a., an exciting crowd of shoppers broke a glass door at urban outfitters in santa monica. a little bit of high-end rioting there. >> that place is so hipster. they already have windows that look like they're broken anyway. >> stephanie: that's why it is in the isn't it ironic file. eager shoppers surged in breaking the 12 foot tall door and injuring five people. the store which the "l.a. times" pointed out ironically features broken glass motifs as part of the decor. they had to treat injuries. there you are. there is your black friday stories. [ applause ] >> not a bad plan. putting up seemingly broken glass. >> stephanie: seems like you're asking for it. >> that's what you wanted. >> stephanie: planting a subliminal message. i would try to get it so quickl
at it voucher program, which mitt romney and paul ryan supported and the american people rejected. so don't fall for this republican line of baloney that they have suddenly seen -- gotten religion when it comes to new revenue. the only solution is an balanced report which includes spending cuts and new revenue and not just closing loopholes. it's not just closing loopholes. it has got to include raising taxes on the wealthiest 1%. let's talk about it 866-55-press. 866-557-7377. i hope i'm not alone among the media who will say these republicans are just trying to con the americans one more time and stick to the old mitt romney plan which the american people rejected on november 6th. don't fall for it. 866-55-press. let's talk about it. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." ♪ [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really don't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it fi
deductions since the campaign. mitt romney ran on this. so did paul ryan. so it doesn't this weekend like a lot of movement there. despite painting the picture they are getting wobbly on taxes. >> what is going on now is positioning and posturing. you have to get the big boys here. there are four people and you saw them a week ago at the white house. they were optimistic rhetoric about getting a deal done before christmas, before the december 31 deadline. right now, the logic is, this came out of the meetings that were held between the white house liaison and the head of the staff director and the past week. we need large frames that we can offer to the principl princo when they begin negotiation they know where they are headed. >> bret: a lot of focus on the tax issue. republican side. what we haven't heard is the specifics about what the democrats are willing to do on entitlement reform. >> so given the fact of the election, the democrats believe they have an advantage here. don't sacrifice entitlement. you hear now from the leading democrats like dick durbin saying don't go after socia
and i think we need to talk about paul ryan. the big headline is on cliff ryan faces two paths, will he stick to ideological purity or compromise to get a deal. how influential is he? >> we haven't heard much from paul ryan. i was more intrigued with eric cantor, so often the thorn in the side for speaker boehner is now saying he wants to get in there and do a deal. >> it was definitely a more conciliatory tone. he didn't give too many specifics but it was a different tone. >> in some accounts it was cantor's pressure in leaving conservative house members against boehner a bit and that first time around that helps settle things a little bit. i thought cantor was saying publicly was the big tale and paul ryan i haven't heard much from yet. >> and the other people trying to get in are the governors especially the delaware governor jack markell on a conference call with joe biden and a dozen mayors went to washington, d.c. to lobby lawmakers. are states more scared of going off the fiscal cliff? >> sure. state budgets would be impacted dramatically and very bad for them. governors are very
, to rubio. >> bobbi jindal? paul ryan? >> but this is a beauty contest phase. it tells you nothing because the real decision will come when they decide on politics questions. you have already seen some push back against traditional republicans. they said, look, the problem was that we went with a moderate and did not get one of our own. that argument will come up over and over again. it will come up over immigration. there are some very strong people who are also going to fight. they have battles ahead of them. >> you have to be miss oklahoma before you can be miss america, charles. >> that is a very deep thought. >> i am loaded with them. >> i had not really contemplated it. you mean, christy who gave -- >> and don't go there. >> and chris christie is actually right now in quarantine. in about six months he will be ready to rejoin the race. one interesting about these candidates is there is not a stark ideological development -- division between them. there is not a single issue over which you go left or right. i think there is a consensus, what you start with ryan, rubio, jeb bush, jinda
for the country, those would be good signs. >> what was your immediate thinking about paul ryan and where did you end up thinking? >> my immediate was i cannot believe they're going to do this. just -- i -- axelrod always thought it was going to be paul ryan. >> he did not. he thought it was going to be tim pawlenty. >> ax looked at me and said they are going to pick paul ryan. at the time i thought to myself, they're going to spend a lot of time on defense on medicare, medicaid, all whole bunch of issues. >> they were not divisive issues. >> did you see how close florida was? i think they spent some time defending it. important. we aired several ads. i thought he added some youth and energy. they had a base concerns and he helped those. so i am not criticizing the pick i just think there were other -- >> you are. >> i was giving an assessment of the good and bad. >> was the helpful? he gave them excitement. he bought them silence from conservatives. did that help or hurt mitt romney? >> i do not think it did much of be there. here is the truth. we carried his home town. vice-presidential picks u
and one just over 47% of the vote. in other words, did worse than john kerry in 2004. paul ryan denies that the president earned a mandate. let's listen. >> the president wins 330-some electoral votes, every battleground state with the exception of north carolina. does barack obama now have a mandate? >> i don't think so because they also re-elected the house republicans. so whether people intend it or not, we have divided government. >> so you don't think there's a mandate here? >> i don't because then they would have put nancy pelosi in charge of the house of representatives. see, i think the ideas we talked about, i think they're popular ideas. >> anyway, it turns out paul ryan is wrong. when you look at the raw vote, voters cast about 400,000 votes more for house democrats than for republicans and with votes still being counted, as rick said, that's expected to go to a million vote majority. my question is why are they getting into this whole thing? when we have elections, i worked for tip o'neill, tip never came out and said but we have a 40-seat majority in the house and we'll ha
and and raged. not because it makes such a difference if you are paul ryan use say come on. it does not make much of the difference but the injustice is in reaching. also regulation. the tick related industries where it is based on obligatory framework what was the greatest rip-off of the american middle-class the regulatory failure leading up at 2,008. i don't the candidate is the perfect country there are many problems but when counterexample the show's the distilled regulate the bankers is canada they did not have a financial crisis just because regulators said no to the bank's. it was hard. talking to authorities finance ministers said we were so upset with the rest of the world i went to beijing and it tidies said your canadians are so conservative. i amatory and the communist chinese are telling me i am too soft? [laughter] but they held belied. i give them some much credit. average wealth for families is higher than the american family. to talk about the rip-off is failure of bank regulations. >> one more quick question? >> i am sorry. one of carlos say against books i assume they wor
medicare is to ignore the obvious. i don't want to go the paul ryan budget route of voucherrizing it, making it so expensive seniors can't pay for it but if we don't put our best talents together and make medicare a program that lasts beyond 12 years we are not meeting our obligation to the offices that we ran for. the last point, medicaid. what is medicaid? medicaid is insurance, health insurance for the poor. one out of three children in the state of illinois, their only health insurance is medicaid. more than half of the births in illinois, the prenatal care and well baby care all paid for by medicaid. but that's not the majority of what's spent on medicaid in my state. 60% is spent for the frail elderly and those with mental and physical disabilities who shall in institutional settings and they're broke. they've got social security, medicare and medicaid keeping them alive. when the paul ryan budget suggested cutting 37% out of medicaid my question to him is which group are you going to cut, paul? the children? the mothers having babies? or the frail elderly? so yes, we've got to
supported is the paul ryan deal, which reduces the deficit, pays down the debt, does not raise taxes, and it is a written plan that senator chambliss actually voted for. so i think they caught him on a tv station and he said something scraps that did not make sense. >> have you thought about changing the pledged in any way? >> again, i cannot change the pledge, because t it is,o me. it is not like people are promising this to me. >> it was your group. everybody associates the pledge with new. but that is very kind of them. republicans and democrats, not just republicans, and the democratic congressman from kentucky took the pledge. unfortunately, he broke the pledge and was defeated in the last election. people are a little unhappy that he pretended to be a conservative democrat and spent a lot of money and raised a lot of taxes and he lost. ben nelson, another democrat, the senator from nebraska, he got elected taking the pledge, said he would not raise taxes, but he did raise taxes when he voted for obamacare. there are 20 different taxes there, many of them directed at the middle
goes up. now this is not new, jon, this is what really mitt romney and paul ryan were running on, as they talked about it they got hammered again and again for not being specific on what tax deductions and loopholes were going to close. but this was the line for the republican standard bearer, the candidate. so when you hear these senators and congressmen talking about that and not raising tax rates, it's not a new position, it's not a backing down on some stance, it's really what the stance was. i think we are at the beginning part, the ten-yard line if you will of this whole fiscal cliff negotiation with a lot to go. jon: what are you hearing about which side is willing to bulge? this president just won re-election, pretty convincingly, promising to raise tax rates on the wealthist americans. republicans lost seats in the u.s. senate, what is the motivation for democrats to blink here? >> reporter: it's a tough position negotiating wise for republicans to be in, but the key point is that you're starting to hear things there republicans that they are willing to talk and begin to
revealing. remember, in 2011, it was folks to boehner's right, people like cantor and paul ryan who put pressure on boehner not to cut a deal with obama who said, let's try to win the election instead. that was the -- that was the conservative approach. and boehner seems to be positioning himself as at least -- according to his latest comments, as much more of a conciliator -- >> if there is a softening on the part of the republicans, especially house republicans, sit because of the election? >> i think it has to be. the two big policy decisions republicans in congress have to make after the election is on taxes and immigration. those are the two issues that are coming down the pike for them. taxes is first, immigration will be second. and the two issues, where if you look at the exit polls, they lost on both those issues to president obama. you hear a lot of conservatives in the more intellectual class of conservatives saying, get off the idea of tax rates basketball the end-all, be-all. and some conservative leaders are listening in congress. >> bill crystal, an intellectual leader of
health insurance. it's going to be a premium support program, a voucher just like paul ryan wanted. >> right. >> and if everybody has health care, why can't we raise the age of eligibility for medicare a little bit? >> why can't we? >> right. >> i mean, so i've been attacked for that. >> why? >> why would you be attacked? >> because the left wants medicare for everybody forever. and medicare is, as you and i have discussed on this show -- >> it's unsustainable. >> yes. >> you know what i want? >> what? >> i want lollipops to grow on trees. i really do. i want whiskey to trickle down mountain streams. >> we have that. come to brooklyn. come to brooklyn. >> exactly. i would like john heilemann to be able to go to dispensers getting getting bubble gum, having acid drop out if that's what he wants. >> in colorado. >> i want all of these things, but it's not going to happen. the liberals certainly -- republicans may be afraid of math -- i mean, science. why are liberals afraid of math? do they not believe in math? because if you look at medicare and medicaid -- >> there are some conserv
pier paul recovering. the atlanta falcons they get tested in tampa bay. atlanta gets a big play from their dynamic duo. matt ryan throws to julio jones. jones sheds a tackle for an 80- yard touchdown. falcons pull off the victory. atlanta is now 10-1. bucks see their four game win streak go down the tubes. >> andrew luck had an average game today against the visiting buffalo bills but another indy rookie became the first player in history to score a touchdown receivers and another one. >> and peyton manning and his new denver team won a game today. it's manning's 149th victory as a starting nfl quarterback. that ties him for second all time with another bronco qb john elway. >> 17-9 the final. chiefs are 1-10. and the ravens beat san diego in overtime 16-13. jacksonville snaps his own seven game losing streak. cleveland forces eight turnovers. they beat pittsburgh. browns visit oakland next sunday. chicago shuns minnesota. >> >>> the cal men's basketball team loves to play the pacific tigers. tonight, that win meant a trophy. pacific played in anaheim where i guess it is a small wor
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